We have to admit, we're getting a little confused here...
Seems as if the LG GW910 aka 'Panther', first spotted in May, just cleared the FCC and is headed for AT&T.
That makes two LG, sliding keyboard devices headed for the carrier featuring Windows Phone 7, the other being the C900. Hey, the more the merrier, right? Guess that's what AT&T meant by being the "premier carrier" for WP7.
Why? How do they differ in terms of specs? We have no idea but are itching to find out...
Edit: Here were the reported specs back in May. Not clear if anything has changed.
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